Betterer: definitions, synonyms, antonyms, examples and more!

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Meanings Frequency Definitions Examples Parts of Speech Synonyms Antonyms Usage
better 69 (comparative of `good’) superior to another (of the same class or set or kind) in excellence or quality or desirability or suitability; more highly skilled than another “Yo’re a better man than I am, Gunga Din”, a better coat, a better type of car, a suit with a better fit, a better chance of success, produced a better mousetrap, “she’s better in math than in history” Adjective amended, finer, improved worse Comparative
better 23 (comparative of `good’) changed for the better in health or fitness her health is better now, I feel better Adjective fitter worse Comparative
better 8 (comparative and superlative of `well’) wiser or more advantageous and hence advisable it would be better to speak to him, the White House thought it best not to respond Adjective advisable No Data Comparative
best 0 (comparative and superlative of `well’) wiser or more advantageous and hence advisable it would be better to speak to him, the White House thought it best not to respond Adjective advisable No Data Comparative
better 0 More than half argued for the better part of an hour Adjective major No Data No Data
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How many meanings does the word "Betterer" have?

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The word "Betterer" has 5 meanings. The most frequent meaning is better.

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What are the hyponyms for the word "Betterer"?

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The word "Betterer" has no hyponyms.

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Is the word "Betterer" very frequent in Wordnet’s lexical database?

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The word "Betterer" has a maximum frequency of 69.

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What are the synonyms for the word "Betterer"?

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The word "Betterer" has 6 synonyms which are: amended, finer, improved, fitter, advisable, major.

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